As Coronavirus Cases Climb, Schools Weigh Cost Of In-Person Class

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As Coronavirus Cases Climb, Schools Weigh Cost Of In-Person Class
As cases of COVID-19 spike in the U.S., schools are closing again. But how districts respond varies widely based on where they are.
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Coronavirus cases are climbing in the U.S., and in places like Boston, it's shutting down schools again. But in Florida, there's a sign of the tension to come: a middle school teacher fighting to keep her job after being told she couldn't keep teaching remotely.